Continuing Education CoursesStudents who are graduates of a JRCERT accredited radiology program and/or are credentialed by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) or the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) are eligible for advanced placement in the bachelor's degree program. Additional transfer credits are granted for Advanced Level ARRT certification.
Students who are not graduated but enrolled in another JRCERT accredited program may transfer into the Quinnipiac diagnostic imaging program. Quinnipiac University normally grants transfer credit for courses appropriate to the chosen curriculum, completed with a grade of C or better, at regionally accredited postsecondary institutions. Based on transfer of credit, at a minimum, students must fulfill the 45-credit residency requirement. All students complete 39-40 credits in radiologic sciences at Quinnipiac. Radiologic technology articulation programs are in place with Gateway Community Technical College, Middlesex Community Technical College, Naugatuck Valley Technical Community College and St. Vincent's College.
Registered radiographers and sonographers may enroll in the bachelor of science program either full time or part time. A minimum of 45 credits is required for degree completion. Contact the diagnostic imaging program director or clinical coordinator for transfer assessment.
Learn more about our certificate programs for current radiologic technologists. We offer programs in computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and medical sonography.